When you own or manage a commercial kitchen, one of your main concerns is safety. Making sure that your kitchen’s exhaust ventilation system is clean and clear is therefore a priority, because it can prevent fires. Cleanair UK offers professional kitchen extract cleaning in Swindon that will keep your kitchen functional and safe.
Our processes follow the guidelines made by the BESA TR19 Internal Cleanliness of Ventilation Systems Guide to Good Practice Section 7 Specific Considerations for Kitchen Extract Systems.
In the UK, four out of five kitchen extract systems have never been cleaned. These systems pose a significant fire hazard.
When cooking in the kitchen, the grease laden air rises from the grills, fryers and ovens, passing through hoods to the exhaust ventilation system of the kitchen. Some of the grease and oils stick to the walls of the ductwork. This buildup is flammable and can easily become dangerous if a spark or fire from pans or cookers reaches it.
Prevent this from developing into a dangerous situation with our cleaning services.
According to the BESA TR19 Internal Cleanliness of Ventilation Systems, there are recommended frequencies of cleaning the kitchens’ extract systems based on their usage.
When you book our services, you’ll stay compliant with regulations and recommendations while also keeping your kitchen safe and in top condition.
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When restaurant owners fail to have their extractor cleaned they are not only greatly enhancing the odds of there being a fire, they are also in violation of several HSE guidelines. For instance:
As you can see, keeping the kitchen extract system clean is more than a suggestion. It is the responsibility of the restaurant owner.
Despite regulatory imperatives, some owners remain reluctant to go ahead with extractor cleaning believing the threat to be overblown. Here are a few facts that might change their mind:
Kitchen extract cleaning in Swindon is a cost-effective way to ensure your insurance policy remains in force, that your employees are able to work in a safe environment, and that your business is not shut down for violating HSE guidelines.